Leaves on Clematis Turning Black

I have black leaves on my clematis. What is the reason and what's the cure?

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June 25, 20100 found this helpful

It typically is clematis wilt. Get clean pruners (wipe them with bleach and water before and then after) and trim out the infected sections right away, anytime you see it, get it early before it spreads or you'll have to cut the whole thing off. It will come back (usually) but you'll lose the growth for that season. Here's more:

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